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    Yup! And I know some nice stretches of Eastern Oregon Highway for the uh...performance tests.

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    Okay you S Heads. That is enough of those S pictures. All S picture postings are monitored (usually for several minutes at a time). I believe you have reached your monthly limit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    Okay you S Heads. That is enough of those S pictures. All S picture postings are monitored (usually for several minutes at a time). I believe you have reached your monthly limit.
    Hmm, methinks a hint of jealousy. But I understand!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    Hmm, methinks a hint of jealousy. But I understand!
    OMG (as my niece would say). You have committed a foul from which there is only a slim chance of recovery. You have, and it hurts me to point this out, a passenger peg in the down position when you are in fact NOT CARRYING ANY PASSENGERS. Oh, the horror.

    Bluehole: Your responses are always anticipated, welcomed, and enjoyed.

    Can we tell its no longer riding season in the Pacific Northwest?

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    S?? The only real S is a RS.
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    oops. here's the picture
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    I think SeabeckS uses the passenger footpeg as a bungee tie down for his sunglass case.

    I love the lines of the S. I never get tired of looking at them. There is a yellow one for sale here in my area. I just can't make a move right now...twins in college.

    I really like my RS. An S would be an addition...something to leave uncovered in the garage and stare at every morning.

    Bigsur52, that is a nice paint scheme. I have seen it before, but it is rare. Did you hold out for it or just happen to come across that bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsur52 View Post
    oops. here's the picture
    funny, that looks more like an RT on a diet than any kind of S model.
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    R1100S at Geographic Center of USA

    There is something very powerful and omnipresent about an "S" at the geographic center of the United States.
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    All right, bikerfish, I'll remember that.

    bluehole, i just happened to stumble upon it. I have to admit it, I like the S, too.
    "all things in moderation - including moderation"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsur52 View Post
    All right, bikerfish, I'll remember that.

    bluehole, i just happened to stumble upon it. I have to admit it, I like the S, too.
    Ride Safe, Ride Lots

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    OMG (as my niece would say). You have committed a foul from which there is only a slim chance of recovery. You have, and it hurts me to point this out, a passenger peg in the down position when you are in fact NOT CARRYING ANY PASSENGERS. Oh, the horror.

    Bluehole: Your responses are always anticipated, welcomed, and enjoyed.

    Can we tell its no longer riding season in the Pacific Northwest?
    OOPSIE! BC1100S: Must have left them in the deployed position the previous day when we did a "trial fit" for our grandson. Unfortunately he's still a little shy on leg length yet to go for a ride. Maybe next year? Meanwhile, I must beg forgiveness of my S brethren for this faux pas!!!

    BigSur52, I like the RS bikes so much, that I talked a good buddy into buying one about 10 years ago...so that I could ride it a bit. At the time I was riding Ducati's. So the switch to an S was sort of a half way house to an RS...but now that I've had it, I'm NOT giving it up! Definitely love the paint scheme on yours...

    k75s; Great picture! That's a place I wanted to visit when I rode my S home from purchasing it in Louisville. Unfortunately the weather was so rotten I ended up on a detour, to Texas, to get home. But someday....!

    And yes, after 4 inches of rain in 24 hours yesterday, I do think our riding season in the Great Pacific Northwet will be on recess for a few months. Nothing like riding for an hour or so just to enable a two hour cleanup post ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    I must beg forgiveness of my S brethren for this faux pas!!!

    Nothing like riding for an hour or so just to enable a two hour cleanup post ride.
    That's what you get for riding eye candy.

    Nobody blinks when my RS only get washed by the rain or a rear peg doesn't point up. A little mud and bugs on the fairing might even cover a few scars.



    Time to rename the thread S vs RS photos?

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    Time to rename the thread S vs RS photos?

    Yeah baby, now we're talking!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rxcrider View Post

    Time to rename the thread S vs RS photos?
    Can't we all just get along?

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